London, Stanley Paul & Co., 1915. First Edition. First Impression. Lost Race. A utopia found when the protagonist was exploring a gave, and yep, you guessed it?everything was upside down! The rich were poor, poor were rich and the worst crime was to give away money [Spectator, 01/01/16]. The only way this could've gotten a poor title is if Marshall had opted not to exclude the W (at least Upsidownia is knowningly whimsical). Uncommon in the jacket. In Blieler as Utopia / Satire [p134]. Locke's copy from Spectrum [vI, p151]. Jacket is worn, with loss to head and spine to jacket, spine toned, rear panel soiled. Book in decent shape with just some bumping to the spine tips. Cover art by Savile Lumley [5946, Hyraxia Books].